Voice interface is not a common application user interface, we do not usually interact with application using voice. But when it comes to mobile it makes more sense. We are used to talk to a phone all...
“.. he doesnâ€™t seem too worried that the proprietary software company will kill Sunâ€™s open source Java, OpenSolaris and MySQL jewels, in spite of Oracleâ€™s hold on the database market.”
I am not sure I completely share his optimism. I am not so much worried about Java, there is no competition there. But think of it -If you were Oracle’s CEO, You just got the chance to kill the number one competitor product- Wouldnâ€™t you want to kill MySQL?
Language syntax’s, performance, PHP, Ruby, Java and who’s better? Ahhhh! -
I was reading on The Server Side and came across this post:
which is part of this overall discussion:
Release 1.1 adds a fully functional JAVA server-side implementation to the pre-existing PHP server-side implementation. Now, Ajaxdo, AJAX
persistent Data Objects, enables applications can work in a JSP/JDBC environment and port easily from PHP to JAVA and vise-versa.
Code, examples and documentation can be found here.
Release 1.0 contains a framework for gathering statistic runtime information on spring web application, a configurable dashboard view with a default AJAX implementation and an example application that demonstrates the Spring-Dashboard basic abilities.
Hosting a website is a cheap matter these days. One could get a fairly good shared hosting package for around 1.5-6$ per month. These hosting packages offer a wide variety of features including support for PHP, PERL on LINUX or ASP (or ASP.NET) on Windows and MySQL DB. The problem is that prices soar when you want JSP/Servlet support.
AJAX applications usually connect to a server side application and request data in the form of XML. When the server side is written in JSP (Java Server Pages), for example a spring-framework web application with JSP views, writing the XML response is sometimes problematic.
When using JSP to format the data in to XML and send it to the AJAX application, the XML is not recognized as XML (empty DOM object) and the AJAX application does not function properly.
When I updated to eclipse 3.2 I found a new irritating feature:
The first time when selecting the Run As-> Ant buildâ€¦ on any of the ant tasks (targets) you have in your build.xml file, you get a window called â€œmodify attributes and launch.â€
After that any time you try to run an ant task (with or without the buildâ€¦) you get an annoying â€œAnt Configuration Selectionâ€ window that makes the ant running process a click longer.